President’s Design Award 10th Anniversary Exhibition

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To commemorate the Award’s 10th anniversary, the DesignSingapore Council and Urban Redevelopment Authority have commissioned a multimedia exhibition that reflects on the achievements and impact that the President’s Design Award has had over the past decade on our society.

The decagonal-shaped design of the exhibition celebrates 10 years of design excellence, as well as Singapore’s recent designation as a UNESCO Creative City of Design. The exhibition presents dynamic visual content and filmed conversations with the designers, charting the collective voice of our design landscape and its projection into the future. It revisits and celebrates the works of an incredibly talented generation of designers whilst exploring the possibilities that await us, as an exciting springboard into Singapore’s future as a liveable and lovable city.

The audio and video content were created in collaboration with TMRRW.

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Video Credits
Director : William Chan
Post-Production : TMRRW
Shoot Production : Little Red Ants

NTUC Foodfare

BLACK worked on the brand revamp of NTUC Foodfare’s corporate identity as well as the interiors and brand outlook of its food outlets. The design process focused on thoughtful usability for the consumers, from comfort of seating and visibility of stalls, to specially designed hooks located under the tables, for patrons to hang and tuck away their bags.

DSG Scholarship & Capability Program

A set of brochures for DesignSingapore Council’s Scholarship and Capability programs.

UseLess Life 無用生活

UseLess Life 無用生活 was featured in the Kaohsiung Design Festival 2009, in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. ‘UseLess 無用’ is a thematic design project that presents ideas, works and exhibits by leading international designers and creators unified in their exploration on how design can create positive value for the self, society and the world. The concept engages the audience in presentations that dramatically highlight the role and direction design plays in creating a sustainable future.

 

New Wave 新潮

New Wave, Singapore’s Contemporary Design Culture explores the recent emergence of Singapore’s contemporary design culture. The exhibition captures an exciting phase as the island-stage repositions itself as a global design centre.Featuring 8 prominent local designers who have established themselves as the ‘New Wave’. BLACK curated and designed the show. The exhibition was showcased at the centre for creative communications(CCC); Shizuoka, Japan. Supported by Design Singapore Council. Organised by CCC.

Peranakan Museum

This project was a collaborative effort between W Architects and BLACK. BLACK developed the graphic content, multi-media content including the signage system and decorative graphics for the museum. It is the first museum in Singapore to use graphic design intensively within its environment as both content and decor.

Green Cities

Green Cities was Singapore’s bid for the UIA World Congress 2014. Design of the bid documents and booth in Turin, Italy were inspired by theme of sustainable and green cities for the future.

20/20 BASE

The fourth installment of 20/20, titled ‘BASE’ was exhibited at the National Library in 2007. It explored alternative ways of construction and was built entirely using plastic crates.

President’s Design Award 2007

The President’s Design Award is Singapore’s highest accolade for design – acknowledging good design in the fields of architecture and urban design, fashion design, industrial and product design, interior design and visual communications design. Black created the branding and identity for award – featured here is the publication and nomination kit design for 2007.

Utterubbish!

Utterubbish!: A Collection of UseLess Ideas, the featured event of Singapore Design Festival 2007, is a unique design experience that presents ideas, works and exhibits by 30 leading international and local designers and creators unified in their exploration on how design can create value for individuals, society and the world, whether Social, Cultural, Emotional, Functional, Economic, Commercial or Intellectual. The event fully integrated an exhibition, a conference, talks and workshops, a publication and a retail concept store to engage audiences as diverse as professional designers and design students to school students, community groups and families. Utterubbish was presented by DesignSingapore Council and produced by Utterubbish Pte Ltd.

President’s Design Award Brand Identity and Design 2006

The President’s Design Award is Singapore’s highest accolade for design – acknowledging good design in the fields of architecture and urban design, fashion design, industrial and product design, interior design and visual communications design.

Black created the brand concept and visual identity for the award – featured here is the publication and nomination kit design for 2006.

ModLiving

Black worked on the brand logo and advertising campaigns for ModLiving, a furniture retailer specialising in contemporary and modern furnishings for the home.

20/20 MOVEMENT

Featured at the 2006 London Design Festival and then in Singapore at the National Library, 20/20 MOVEMENT featured the next crop of 20 local designers. The graphics and exhibition concepts were inspired by the theme of movement, signifying our local designers crossing international borders.

20/20 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

20/20 was an annual show-case of Singapore’s designers that captured the emerging design culture, and shared their ideas and visions of the ever-evolving local creative landscape. For Under Construction, scaffolding was creatively integrated into the exhibition format to represent the ‘construction’ process of the Singapore design scene.

NTU School of Art, Design & Media

Animation for website of Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design & Media.

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Design Difference

This set of lobbying campaign materials designed for Design-Singapore Council successfully won them the bid for the Icsid World Design Congress 2009 to be held in Singapore.

ISM – Lincoln Modern

With the client’s view of its exclusive apartment building as a piece of art, an exercise in luxury both internally and externally. Targeted at the young and affluent, the apartments were launched with an art exhibition where various young international artists exhibited their interpretations of the Lincoln Modern. A commemorative book of the artwork was then presented to the prospective buyers at the launch.

Discovery Channel

Animation of TV Spots for Discovery Channel.

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Travel & Living Channel

Graphic animation for a TV Spot introducing Discovery Channel’s Travel & Living channel.

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36 Design Actions

36 Design Actions was a promotional effort done with DesignSingapore Council, to promote the use of design. It contains 36 simple actions to implementing design in our life, work and play.